Wissahickon Community Aquatic Club
UMAC meet is coming up this weekend!
The boys are home and the girls are away on Saturday for the meet with Upper Merion.
As a reminder, swimmers must participate in at least 2 dual meets prior to January to be eligible for championship season and to be able to practice with WCAC after December.
Boys - HOME vs UMAC
9:45 am - arrive
10:00 am - warm up
10:30 am - start
Girls - AWAY vs UMAC (Upper Merion HS, 435 Crossfield Rd, King of Prussia, PA 19406)
10:15 am - arrive
10:30 am - warm up
11:00 am - start
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| Upcoming Important Dates
|Sat, Nov 21
||Dual meet (UMAC)
Boys - Home (10:00 AM)
Girls - Away @ UMAC (10:30 AM)
|Sun, Nov 22
||North Penn Trophy Meet Invitational||Click here for more information...|
|Sat, Dec 5||Double Dual meet (boys and girls) (NAAC)||12:30 warm-up, 1:00 start @ NAAC
|Sat, Dec 12||Dual meet (RAC)||
Girls - Home (10:00 AM)
Boys - Away @ RAC (1:00 PM)
| Sat, Jan 9
|| Dual Conference Final
Please refer to the following calendar for updated practice and meet dates and times.
Note: *dry land is Monday-Thursday 6:30-7:00 for swimmers 12 and over. Please have swimmers bring sneakers to practice for dryland
The Minis group is for swimmers who are new to competitive swimming. They must be able swim an entire lap of the pool without assistance. The focus for this group is to introduce all four competitive strokes. By the end of the season, we hope that everyone in this group is able dive off the block and swim strokes legally.
The swimmers in this group have experience in competitive swimming, but cannot do all 4 strokes legally including turns and starts. This group will focus on stroke, turns, starts and overall race and training ability. Goal of this group is to master all four strokes, turns and racing starts. It is recommended that this group attend 3 out of the 5 practice times offered.
Swimmers who demonstrate a higher level of skill and have a significant amount of competitive experience, will be placed in the blue group. This group has mastered all four strokes, competitive starts and turns, and can endure conditioning and dry land. Swimmers will be introduced to a greater range of races and strategies. The ultimate goal of this group is qualification for SAL Champs and/or Middle Atlantic Junior Olympics. It is recommended that this group attend 4 out of the 6 practices offered per week.
After a four week ‘getting to know you’ period, Coaches will determine if swimmers are appropriately placed. Coaches will move swimmers accordingly in order to have the most efficient and effective practices for all swimmers.
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